“It is important to build bridges to society, to show the biblical response, and to be heard”, said the coordinator of the working group on Women of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance.
The Christian community as a whole needs to awaken to the intensity and pace at which secular intolerance is progressing.
All of us have the same value to God, and nobody has any right to feel superior.
On the International Women’s Day, the Seneca Falls platform in Spain underlines that “the Bible condemns inequality, machismo and all kind of violence against women”.
The cross, a gruesome execution instrument transformed into a symbol of hope, healing and hospitality, is still seen everywhere across Europe.
Specific courses in Spain address “one of the most important ideological issues of the present”.
Evangelical groups seek to show the roots of equality between women and men in the Bible. Abuse in society and a lack of voice in churches are still visible obstacles, says the World Evangelical Alliance.
Over 800 women participated in person and the conference was also available online.
Evangelicals say the new contract “contains guarantees for freedom of religion” but also warn about its application, because “certain terms could be misinterpreted”.
A resolution of the Council of 47 European countries recommends to focus on sexual education, online protection and security, and strong regulation.
Although the government says the ban “will not impact everyday religious practice”, evangelicals warn “there are questions on the details which will require further clarity”.
Over 100 women have already registered in a newly created platform for female Christian speakers in German-speaking countries. Theologian Evi Rodemann explains her vision for mentoring.
British football was shaped by a movement called ‘Muscular Christianity’ encouraging the game for its social and physical benefits and to win young men for the church.
This debate is really about something much bigger: what —or who— is the basis of reality, and how does this “filter down” to the issue of gender?
In your church or organisation, who is being mentored? Are you mentoring women? Are you being Biblical in how you mentor your church?
The Spanish Vice President presented a project to provide city councils with tools and resources “to manage religious diversity with equality, freedom and tolerance”.
Over 1,100 church leaders in the UK sign an open letter saying they “wholly oppose” vaccine passports as a precondition to access churches.
An event held in Madrid shows the successes of the Nordic model, which punishes the client, to curb trafficking and prostitution.
Citizens supported the initiative despite the opposition of the parliament majority. Swiss Christians disagreed over how to protect both women and religious freedom.
The “historical” feminists have totally rejected the Spanish trans draft law because they see it as a step backwards in equality that also “endangers children”.
Toward a ‘third culture’ of oneness in Christ. An article by Kirst Rievan.
Vaccinations in the UK start this week while 90% of the population in low-income countries are not expected to have access to vaccines until 2022.
The Spanish Evangelical Alliance responds to the public consultation about the law stating that it ignores science and medicine and might "create a society with different levels of rights".
The Geneva Consensus Declaration states that “there is no international right to abortion”. The document tackles the promotion of equal rights for women and the need for universal health coverage.
Manuel Suárez of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance analyses the importance of the WEA recommendations to the UN regarding places of worship and pastor pensions in Spain.